# Maths Junior Cert Higher Level Constructions

The **Maths Junior Cert Higher Level Constructions Syllabus** contains 15 geometry constructions.

Geometry constructions have been examined almost every year in the Junior Cert Higher exam. If you are aiming for a high grade, you can’t afford to neglect this part of the course as this will surely help you in your maths exam papers.

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Here’s the full list of Junior Cert Higher Level Maths Constructions, and the demo videos are embedded below this.

- Bisector of an angle, using only compass and straight edge
- Perpendicular bisector of a segment, using only compass and straight edge
- Line perpendicular to a given line l, passing through a given point not on l
- Line perpendicular to a given line l, passing through a given point on l
- Line parallel to given line, through a given point
- Division of a line segment into 2, or 3 equal segments without measuring it
- Division of a line segment into any number of equal segments without measuring it
- Line segment of a given length on a given ray
- Angle of a given number of degrees with a given ray as one arm
- Triangle, given lengths of 3 sides
- Triangle, given SAS data
- Triangle, given ASA data
- Right-angled triangle, given length of hypotenuse and one other side
- Right-angled triangle, given one side and one of the acute angles
- Rectangle given side lengths

**See below for our demonstration videos showing you exactly how to do them on Junior Cert Constructions Worksheet.**

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#### All 15 Constructions for Junior Cert Maths Higher Level

**Full Playlist** – all 15 constructions on our YouTube channel

**1** – Bisector of an angle, using only compass and straight edge

**2** – Perpendicular bisector of a segment, using only compass and straight edge

**3 **– Line perpendicular to a given line l, passing through a given point not on l.

**4 **– Line perpendicular to a given line l, passing through a given point on l

**5 **– Line parallel to given line, through a given point

**6** and **7 **– Division of a line into 2, 3 or any number of equal segments without measuring it

**8 **– Line segment of a given length on a given ray

**9** – Angle of a given number of degrees with a given ray as one arm

**10** – Triangle, given lengths of 3 sides

**11** – Triangle, given SAS data

**12** – Triangle, given ASA data

**13** – Right-angled triangle, given length of hypotenuse and one other side

**14** – Right-angled triangle, given one side and one of the acute angles

**15** – Rectangle given side lengths

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